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Steam Traps Tagged and Logged into FME Database
Failed Traps = >$200,000 yearly Energy Loss</li></li></ul><li>5<br />Steam Trap SurveyCentral Distribution and Building Systems<br /><ul><li>$200,000 Yearly Energy Loss
Estimated Total Cost of Survey and Repair: <$60,000
ROI in >4 Months from </li></ul>Date of Repair<br /><ul><li>Goal is to Keep Campus-wide</li></ul> Failure Rate to <3%<br /><ul><li>Next Step is to Survey and</li></ul>Evaluate all Campus Steam Traps<br />
6<br /> U.S. EPA Energy StarNational Building Competition<br /><ul><li>Energy Star National Building Competition, cont.
Energy Star Website: www.energystar.gov/buildingcompetition
14 Buildings in Competition, including Morrison Residence Hall from UNC-Chapel Hill
Student Participation to Create Energy Videos for Website
Tucker will receive Energy Star certification.</li></li></ul><li>7<br />Energy Policy Act (EPACT) of 2005Tax Deductions Assignable to Designers<br /><ul><li>EPA-2005 provides an Assignable Tax Deduction that can be “sold” to Designer for additional scope items or reduction in fees
Designer defined as “architect, engineer, contractor, environmental consultant or energy services provider”
Tax Deduction based upon energy savings and affected square footage up to $1.80/sf
$0.60/sf each for Lighting Systems, HVAC Systems and Building Envelope
Proposed Legislation increases credit to $1.00/sf/system</li></li></ul><li>8<br />Building Energy AuditsProgress Energy/MAE Programs<br /><ul><li>Energy Management Staff has performed Energy Audits to evaluate energy use and applicability to Progress Energy’s Energy Efficiency for Business Program
Energy Management applied a no-cost ECM applied to manage Metal Halide lamp use saves >$1,600 per year
Initial Cost and ROI to be determined based upon energy savings and PEC Rebates</li></li></ul><li>9<br />Yarbrough Central Utility Plant Rain Capture & Process Water Conservation<br />Yarbrough Steam Plant<br />Cooling Towers<br />Reclaimed Water from the<br />Surface Condenser Vacuum Pump<br />and Atmospheric Vent<br />Yarbrough Rainwater and Water Reuse System saves up to ≈750,000 gallons of water per year.<br />
10<br />Centennial Flex LabHVAC Condensate Water Conservation<br />Potable makeup water<br />AHU Condensate to Cooling Tower<br />Condensate recovery saves ~218,000 gallons per year.<br />
11<br />Energy Fellowship Grant ProposalState Energy Office / ARRA Funding<br /><ul><li>NCSU Energy Management led team to submit a $500 k grant proposal to the SEO for 6 full-time two-year fellowships
Fellows will work on Synergy Projects among Teams</li></li></ul><li>12<br />Energy Efficiency Block Grant AwardUNC-GA/ State Energy Office/ ARRA Funds<br /><ul><li>SEO and UNC-GA requested proposals from Constituent Universities for Energy Efficiency Projects
Threshold for savings is to reduce energy used by 15 million BTUs for each $1,000 spent
Facilities Division prioritized a list of four projects:
Retro Commissioning and Electrical Equipment at the Flex Lab Building
Replace two 130 ton chillers at Research Building II
NCSU has been awarded $778 k to complete the projects by Dec 2011.</li></li></ul><li>13<br />Student Sustainability Attitude Survey -Findings and Results<br /><ul><li> 85% of the student sample think that it is important for NC State to be a leader in sustainability and the environment.
86% of the student sample think that it is important for Americans to conserve personal use of energy.
Over 85% of the NC State student sample think that it is important to recycle the products they use.
76% of the student sample agree with the statement, “When I conserve energy, I contribute fewer greenhouse gases to the atmosphere.”
68% of the student sample think global climate change will be a major problem for future generations. </li></ul>http://go.ncsu.edu/changeyourstate<br />
14<br />Enterprise Building Automation<br /><ul><li>Link central plants, distribution systems, metering, buildings
There are 14 platforms that provide data historian/reporting